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Women in Net Art

This Insanely Detailed 3D Art Looks Like a Sinister Barbie Dreamhouse

There's something dark hiding behind the cuteness.
Nicole Ruggiero
5.22.18
Art

Finally, a Museum Exhibit That Looks Like You: Latinx and Radical

The Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibition 'Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985' is full of examples of self-expression.
Yeiry Guevara
5.16.18
Photography

Photos of My Bipolar Father During His Last Days

"I took on the challenge of studying my father and his condition by photographing his daily endeavors."
Gabi Perez
5.9.18
Art

Ana Mendieta Fought for Women's Rights and Paid with Blood

The fearless artist was outspoken about issues like campus rape and domestic violence when they were still taboo.
Miss Rosen
4.30.18
Black Women Making History

Ashley August Isn't Afraid of Rejection

We talked to the actress and award-winning poet about how her bumpy road to stardom empowered her to be even more unapologetically black.
Alexis P. Williams
2.15.18
Views My Own

It's Time to Take Down Statues of Conquistadors

Here's to a world without conquistadors and their shitty monuments.
Gabriel A. Solis
10.3.17
Stuff

'Discount Saints' Imagines the Last Supper with Chinese Takeout, Snapbacks, and Hoop Earrings

For her latest exhibition, artist Melanie Gonzalez merged Renaissance-style Biblical glamour with the look and feel of her native Bronx.
Barbara Calderón-Douglass
12.6.15
Fashion

The Folk Feminist Struggle Behind the Chola Fashion Trend

When I see the rebel Latino subculture being sampled and recontextualized by bourgeois white fashion designers, pop singers, or celebrity starlets, I can't help rolling my eyes.
Barbara Calderón-Douglass
4.13.15
Music

Explore Princess Nokia's Feminist Utopia in Her New Video for 'Young Girls'

In Princess Nokia's new video for the track "Young Girls," a diverse tribe of mothers, sisters, and baby girls live and play in a female-centered paradise.
Barbara Calderón-Douglass
1.20.15
Stuff

Sad Girls y Qué Are Breaking Down Machismo with Internet Art

Sad Girls y Qué are a glittery, girl power gang based out of Tijuana who use art to retaliate against the machismo culture prevalent in Mexico and the world at large, and reappropriate the girly "feminine" aesthetic and put it in an aggressive and...
Barbara Calderón-Douglass
10.24.14
Stuff

Explore the Mestiza Experience at the 'Cósmica' Art Show in Brooklyn

The show is curated by young posh mestiza artists who draw inspiration from the roots and rituals of the borderland experience, Chicana artists of the 70s, and the guy who does the astrology predictions on the Univison channel.
Sonia Espinosa
8.15.14